South Jersey Woman Reportedly Fell Down Fenway Park Elevator Shaft
A 22-year-old woman who fell down an elevator shaft at Boston's Fenway Park is from Brigantine.
Scotland is the daughter of the Rev. John Scotland of Brigantine’s Community Presbyterian Church according to the Press of Atlantic City.
Boston Police told the Boston Globe they consider the incident an accident and will their investigation is complete.
"The Massachusetts Department of Public Safety and the Boston Police Department are working to determine exactly what happened," according to a statement from the Boston Red Sox.
The Boston Fire Department says Scotland fell through the elevator shaft's fourth-floor doors landing on to the roof of the elevator at the second floor.
Rescuers reached the woman through a hatch in the elevator's roof and transported her to a hospital.
Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in the major leagues, opened in 1912 and is home to the world champion Boston Red Sox.
- Woman Falls Down Elevator Shaft At Fenway Park / CBS Boston
- Fenway Park elevator closed amid investigation / Boston Globe
- Brigantine woman hurt in fall down elevator shaft at Fenway / Press of Atlantic City
- NJ Native Falls Down Fenway Park Elevator Shaft / NBC 10
The Associated Press contributed to this report